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Instruments for preserving the unity of family businesses and agricultural assets – perspectives of legal history

Start of the event

2024. 06. 07.

End of the event

2024. 06. 07.

Venue

CEA, Magyarország

On 7 June 2024, the Central European Academy will organise a conference entitled "Instruments for preserving the unity of family businesses and agricultural assets - perspectives of legal history", with the collaboration of the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law, the Central European Comparative Law Association and the Hungarian Comparative Law Association. 

The conference will examine from a legal-historical perspective the tools used to preserve the integrity of family farm or business assets. The aim is to identify the techniques used in different states to prevent the fragmentation of family property, to preserve the family character of the business and to keep it in family hands. These can be created by regulation (by the legislature), by contract or by asset management structures. The fundamental aim of the conference and research is to identify possible historical models and what can be legally transposed into 21st century law.

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Presenters

Dr. Katarzyna Zombory
Prof. Dr. János Ede Szilágyi
Prof Dr. Andreas Televantos
Prof. Dr. Kentaro Matsubara
Prof. Dr. Gerald Kohl
Dr. Martin Loehing
Prof. Dr. Giacomo Pace Gravina
Prof. Dr. Mircea-Dan Bob-Bocșan
Dr. Zsuzsanna Peres
Dr. David Kolumber
Dr. Zsófia Hornyák
Prof. Dr. Emod Veress

Moderators

Prof. Dr. Emőd Veress
Prof. Dr. János Ede Szilágyi
Dr. Zsófia Hornyák
Dr. Endre Domaniczky

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